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Ignite Change – Episode 1 from Nicole Doucet on Vimeo.

One of our goals at Green Sheep is to inspire people to ignite change in their own communities. We believe that sometimes things are the way they are because no one has bothered to try and change them. Help us support by sharing this video. And stay tuned for Episode 2 (the actual ignition of “Change”), which is sure to be AWESOME!

Music- Marching Band “For Your Love”
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Ignite Change

February 28, 2012 1 Comment


Amazing stop-motion video by Steven Briand.

(via Quipsologies)


December 23, 2011

Wowza!! Armed with a micron .005 pen, Miguel Endara laid 3.2 million dots to make a fun portrait of his dad.

3.2 Million Dots

December 8, 2011

Dice Sculptures

November 17, 2011

Incredible sculptures made of thousands of playing dice by artist Tony Cragg. Check out more pictures over at Fubiz.

Flip Flop Monster

October 18, 2011

Completely in love with this sculpture made of flip flops. Check out other images and Florentijn Hofman’s other projects here.

(via Quipsologies)


Explosions in the Sky – Poster Process from DKNG Studios on Vimeo.

I think there’s some drool on my computer… You can see all the tiny little details here.


Explosions In The Sky Poster

October 12, 2011

Washed Up

September 9, 2011

Washed Up is an ongoing project by Mexican-born, New York-based artist Alejandro Durán that addresses the issue of plastic pollution making its way across the ocean and onto the shores of Sian Ka’an, Mexico’s largest federally-protected reserve.” Duran uses the plastic trash he finds at the reserve and creates outdoor sculptures that are meant to raise awareness about plastic pollution. Check out the other pictures here.


August 3, 2011

Pictures of dogs shaking. Need we say more? Check out the others here.

O Campo

July 19, 2011

O Campo is a series of pictures of soccer fields in Brazilian cities. The fields are not exactly FIFA standard sizes (big understatement) and that’s what makes these pictures so interesting. Check out the rest here.